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Penny Dreadnought Issues 1 and 2: Reviews

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Offline James Everington
16 Jan 2012, 09:44 PM | Post: #1


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Penny Dreadnought Issues 1 and 2: Reviews

This post was last modified: 16 Jan 2012 09:49 PM by James Everington.
The new venture between myself and three other authors, Penny Dreadnought, has had it's first reviews:

Issue 1: Introducing Penny Dreadnought, Insidious Indoctrination Engine of the Abominable Gentlemen "All of these stories are really rather good indeed. There is a linked table of contents and links to more of each writers work after each story. All in all Kindle presentation is very good indeed. Overall: 4 stars"

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Issue 2: Penny Dreadnought: Descartes-Demon "The (what seemed like long awaited) second issue of Penny Dreadnought is here! I think this issue was better than the first. It seems that each issue has a theme and the theme in this one is ambiguity. In the vein of Henry James' Turn of the Screw or The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, these stories leave you wondering: Did that really happen or is the character insane? These, by far, are my favorite types of stories and these 4 represent the best of the genre:"

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